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Normandy Invasion By Ji hwan Park
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This book is about Michael O'Neal who fights in World War 2. He is a skilled soldier. He experiences dramatic moments, and also glorious ones. Read away!
Normandy and Beyond the Bulge By Walt Cross
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The 203rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Automatic Weapons) Battalion served throughout World War II attached to the 7th U.S. Armored Division. During this time the unit participated in the intense... More > fighting of the Battle of the Bulge, the defense of St. Vith, Belgium, and the invasion of Germany. This is the story of real soldiers, real battles, real history!< Less
Normandy, and Beyond the Bulge By Walt Cross
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The 203rd Anti-Aircraft Artillery (Automatic Weapons) Battalion served throughout World War II attached to the 7th U.S. Armored Division. During this time the unit participated in the intense... More > fighting of the Battle of the Bulge, the defense of St. Vith, Belgium, and the invasion of Germany. This is the story of real soldiers, real battles, real history!< Less
Invasion Stripes By Brian J. Duddy
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From the snows of Alaska to V-E Day in Europe, this is the biography of US Army Air Forces Captain Robert Uhrig during WWII. Told in his own words from extensive diary entries and letters to his... More > wife, "Toots," the story starts in the late 1930s at Patterson Field OH and follows Bob through the war as an aircraft mechanic and then Engineering Officer for the 36th Troop Carrier Squadron and their Douglas C-47s. Bob's wartime career took him from the jump school at Ft Benning to supplying British units in North Africa to the Sicily and Normandy invasions and all the other airborne operations in Europe. Invasion Stripes is also a deeply personal story of love as Bob and Toots endure almost three years of wartime separation with only their photographs and letters to sustain them across thousands of miles. Sometimes hilarious, sometimes tragic, it is a unique and detailed first person story of the American airlift forces of WWII. 248 pages, black and white illustrations, maps.< Less
Surf Forecasting for Invasions during World War II By John Crowell
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In July, 1942, John Crowell joined the US Army Air Corps as a cadet to become a weather officer and was sent to UCLA and the University of Chicago for training in meteorology, studied oceanographic... More > meteorology at the Scripps Institution of Oceanography, La Jolla, California, and was sent to England in October to work on wave forecasting for the planned Allied Invasion of Normandy. With two other officers he forecast surf conditions on the landing sites until December 1944. In early 1945 he was based in Colombo, Ceylon (Sri Lanka) visiting sites for wave observation stations around the Bay of Bengal for the May invasion of Burma (Myanmar). After leading a US Army convoy across the Ledo-Burma Road from India into China, he was working on the forthcoming invasion of Japan based at Manila, Philippines, when the war ended.< Less
Unit Serial Numbers from the "First U.S. Army Build-Up Priority Tables, List A, D+1 through D+14" D-Day (Normandy) - Top Secret - BIGOT NEPTUNE By Ben Major, Lois Montbertrand
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This book presents information derived from that original US Army List “A”, and matches more than 2,000 identified troop units with their top-secret “Unit Serial Numbers” and... More > associated bar codes. Also included are contemporary photographs showing original Invasion artifacts, marked with their assigned “Unit Serial Numbers” and bar codes. The authors are pleased to present this information, and to begin the process of unlocking for modern times, the riddle of the US Army “Unit Serial Number” system, and its use in Operation “Overlord”.< Less
Transit of Venus By J.K. McGrath
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When Joe Wilson is dropped behind enemy lines after the Normandy invasion, he must meet a Resistance agent who will escort him to Paris, there to coordinate efforts to liberate the capital.
William By John Stewart
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This is the story of William, Duke of Normandy, who eventually became 'The Conqueror', King of England. The story charts his early life up to 1066 and the invasion of England. His constant fight for... More > survival, his volatile relationship with the Church, his forbidden marriage and his eventual rise to being the most powerful Lord in France, make this romance unmissable.< Less
Disaster at Dieppe: World War II's Little D-Day By Narayan Sengupta
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On August 19, 1942, 5,000 Canadian, 1,000 British, 50 American and 24 French troops attacked Dieppe, France. This was Operation Jubilee, World War II’s first large offensive amphibious... More > operation. The Allies had hundreds of vessels, Churchill tanks, Commandos, Spitfires, Hurricanes, P-51 Mustangs, B-17s, Typhoons, etc. They expected an easy win. However, they met S-boats, determined German troops and hundreds of Luftwaffe aircraft including superb FW-190s, Stukas, Me-109s, Ju-88s, Do-217s and He-111s, flak and artillery. The sky flooded with aircraft, making it the Western Front’s biggest air battle. Germany’s pilots were superb. Though outnumbered, they shot down over 100 aircraft. In hours, the landing Canadians had a massive defeat, losing five out of six men and all their tanks. But the lessons learned at Dieppe saved 10 times as many lives at Normandy on D-Day, June 6, 1944. “Disaster at Dieppe” is a well-illustrated fast read. 152 pages, 5.5" x 8.5", 66 photos and maps.< Less
THE KEYS TO PARIS 2011 By tpprince esquire international / dan & sam sekarski
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Photography book of travels through Paris and Northern France. Normandy invasion. photos of Normandy beaches and American cemetery. Photos of Mont St. Michel and the surrounding areas.